Category: Rock

I Want You Back - CCS - CCS (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. CCS () Boom Boom (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Waiting Song Lookin' for Fun Whole Lotta Love Living in the Past Sunrise Dos Cantos Wade in the Water bonus tracks Walking Salome Tap Turns on the Water Save the World CCS II () Brother Black Dog I Want You Back Running Out of Sky (Sky Diver) Whole Lotta Rock 'n' Roll Chaos; Can't We Ever Get It Back This Is My Life .
  2. Rock LP CCS. CCS. Whole Lotta Love (aka CCS) LP (Item ) CBS/RAK, Out Of Stock , and we offer them as "relics" or "objects" only — for those who want to at least have a copy of a record, even if it is not really worthy of play, perhaps for the cover alone. LP, Vinyl record album. Roxy Music Better Than Food. Anti Gravity.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on CCS and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Feb 12,  · That mixture of cover-versions given the CCS treatment alongside JOHN CAMERON and ALEXIS KORNER originals continued on this LP. "Black Dog" is another Zeppelin cover from IV, "I Want You Back" was made famous by The Congregation and The Jackson 5 while the "Whole Lotta Rock `N' Roll" track is a 5-part medley of Chuck Berry, Little Richard and a.
  5. CCS - Best Of CCS (LP) - Vinyl Beat/Rock/60s/70s (RAK) 12 Titel - Original 'RAK' 'Best Of' LP Album von - Produziert von Mickie Most. Anzahl Tonträger: 1. Medium 1 Id Name Interpret 1 Whole Lotta Love 2 Boom Boom 3 Walking 4 Hurricane Coming 5 I Want You Back 6 The Band Played The Boogie 7 Brother 8 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 9 Wade.
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  7. Very groovy sounding album from CCS are probably best known for their cover version of Whole Lotta Love, (their version was the one used for the opening titles of Top Of The Pops throughout the seventies) but that aside, this album has a helluva lot more to recommend it.
  8. In case you’re wondering, vinyl singles are still issued, although in greatly reduced quantities, mainly for the benefit of jukebox operators, record collectors, and indie music fans. It may be a while before they disappear completely.

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